Safety management system introduction


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Safety management system introduction

  1. 1.  SMS is based on SMS CAR Applicability Person Responsible – AE/Safety Manager Control Document – SMSM Framework Documentation Implementation Phase 1 / Phase 2
  2. 2.  an approval issued to a maintenance organization for the maintenance of aircraft engaged in scheduled/ non- scheduled operations an air operator’s permit issued in accordance with rule 134
  3. 3.  1. a safety policy 2. setting goals for the improvement 3. identifying hazards and for evaluating and managing the associated risks; 4.ensuring that personnel are trained
  4. 4.  5. internal reporting and analyzing of hazards, 6. a document containing all safety management system processes 7. a quality assurance program; 8. periodic reviews or audits 9. any additional requirements for the safety management system
  5. 5.  The Accountable Executive shall be a single, identifiable person who, irrespective of other functions, shall have ultimate responsibility and accountability, for the implementation and maintenance of the SMS.
  6. 6.  implementation and maintenance of an effective SMS. SMS are developed, implemented adhered to and maintained; report to the Accountable Executive
  7. 7.  a) scope of the safety management system; b) safety policy and objectives; c) safety accountabilities; d) key safety personnel; e) documentation control procedures; f) coordination of emergency response planning;
  8. 8.  g) hazard identification and safety risk management schemes; h) safety performance monitoring; i) safety auditing; j) procedures for the management of change; k) safety promotion; and l) control of contracted activities.
  9. 9.  develop and maintain safety data collection and processing systems (SDCPS) for identification of hazards and the analysis, assessment and mitigation of safety risks SDCPS shall include reactive, proactive and predictive methods of safety data collection
  10. 10.  a) reporting of hazards, events or safety concerns; b) collection and storage of safety data; c) analysis of the safety data; and d) distribution of the safety information distilled from the safety data
  11. 11.  Safety performance monitoring and measurement means shall include the following: a) hazard reporting systems; b) safety audits; c) safety surveys; d) safety reviews; e) safety studies; and f) internal safety investigations
  12. 12.  a) ensure that all staff are fully aware of the SMS; b) convey safety-critical information; c) explain why particular safety actions are taken; d) explain why safety procedures are introduced or changed; and e) convey generic safety information
  13. 13.  Formal means of safety communication shall include inter alia: a) safety policies and procedures; b) newsletters; c) bulletins; and d) websites
  14. 14.  Phase 1: Before 20th November 2010 a) the name of the accountable executive; b) the name of the person responsible for implementing the SMS; c) a statement of commitment to the implementation of SMS (signed by the AE); d) documentation of a gap analysis between the organization’s existing system and the SMS regulatory requirements; and e) the organization’s implementation project plan based on an internal gap analysis
  15. 15.  Phase 2: At one-year (20.07.2011) a) a documented safety management plan; b) documented policies and procedures relating to the required SMS components; c) a process for occurrence reporting with the associated supportive elements such as training, a method of collecting, storing and distributing data, and a risk management process
  16. 16.  Phase 3: Two years (20.07.20120) have a process for the proactive identification of hazards and associated methods of collecting, storing and distributing data and a risk management process.
  17. 17.  Phase 4: One year following phase 3, have also addressed: a) training; b) quality assurance; and c) emergency preparedness
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